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Messiah West Coast

Introduction Planning And Rules Media Volunteer

Messiah West Coast

Messiah West Coast 2017 is underway!  2017 will mark the 10 Year Anniversary of MWC! The 10 Year Anniversary of MWC will introduce a new location:  Mile High Pines Camp in Southern California.  You can check it out here:  http://www.milehighpines.com/

The dates for MWC 2017 will be August 6 to August 11, 2017.  The theme will center around The Ten Commandments: Going Back to the Basics.

Registration is NOT currently open.  More information will be available after January 1. Approximate cost will be $300.00/$325.00 per camper. Mile High Pines is about an hour away from Ontario International Airport.

For more information or to subscribe to our mailing list, send an email to:  messiahwestcoast@gmail.com

In the mean time, check out:  https://www.facebook.com/messiahwestcoast  or https://www.youtube.com/user/MessiahWestCoast for pics & videos of MWC 2016 or the MEDIA Tab below or copy and paste this cool link for a video montage: https://youtu.be/zH9ReubNUbk


Introduction

Brad Scott pic

Brad Scott, with Wildbranch ministries leads the biblical education program at MWC.  His true passion for youth, knowledge of scripture, and enthusiasm make the daily teachings very memorable and relatable.

Chris Knight picMWC is once again pleased to welcome camp alumni, Chris Knight with Love4Yeshua ministries.  His one goal is to further Yahweh’s kingdom by inspiring the next generation to love and serve with all their heart, soul and strength and to follow Yeshua by keeping His commandments.  Chris is a gifted teacher and great role model for our youth.

Rod Guitar Shot

Worship times are always one of the highlights of the week. Recording artist Rod Woodruff, with Oye Israel Ministries will lead youth in awesome times of praise worship and Davidic dance.

Come prepared to have tons of fun!


Planning And Rules

Contact us:

messiahwestcoast@gmail.com

What to bring:

  • Bible/pen/notebook
  • Bedding: sleeping bag, pillow, and extra blanket (optional)
  • Clothing: t-shirts, light jacket, jeans or sturdy pants, shorts, tennis shoes, socks, underwear, swimsuit, pajamas, flip-flops for shower (optional) (Make sure you review the dress code.)
  • Toiletries: toothbrush/paste, soap, shampoo/conditioner, deodorant, and any other items needed
  • Other: towels (1 for shower, 1 for swimming), money for snacks, insect repellent, sunscreen

What NOT to bring:

Knives/guns, matches, lighters, electronic games, TV’s, CD/cassette players, sunflower seeds, comic books, radios, alcohol, tobacco/cigarettes, unsuitable novels, paintball equipment, fireworks, drugs, gum, food

Camp Dresscode for Girls:

One-piece swimsuits, with board shorts and a t-shirt over it. No cleavage, midriff, or rear end should show. If it’s questionable before you get in the water, it will most likely be inappropriate when you get wet and start moving around in the water.

Shorts: Shorts should be mid thigh or longer. Also, consider how they fit, too. Not too tight, but not too baggy either. Keep in mind, during games and such, you’ll be moving around, bending over, possibly sitting Indian style, so choose shorts that will keep you covered.

Shirts: No strapless, spaghetti straps, or backless (even with camisole underneath as we’ve allowed before). No bra straps, cleavage or midriff should be showing at any time.

Dresses/skirts: No strapless, spaghetti straps, or backless. Length should be knee length or longer (even with leggings on).

As we all may have differing opinions about what is modest, please don’t be offended if you are asked to change, or cover up more.

Camp Dresscode for Guys:

Wear appropriate swim trunks and t-shirt. No speedos or cutoffs.

No droopy, baggy pants….no undergarments should be showing.

Wear shirts that cover your torso completely…no midriffs showing.

No “short” shorts. Also, consider how they fit. Not too tight, nor too baggy. Keep in mind that while playing games and such, you’ll be moving around, bending over, possibly sitting Indian style, etc., so choose shorts that will keep you covered.

As we all may have differing opinions about what is modest, please don’t be offended if you are asked to change or cover up more.

Cell phones

Cell phone service is limited at camp, but cell phones are permitted; however, the campers will only have allotted times to call family/friends.

Lost or stolen belongings

Mile High Pines Camp/Messiah West Coast cannot be responsible for lost or stolen belongings. It is important that you mark your name on all personal items.

Medical Release Form

Please download this form fill it in and send it to … or mail it to …
Medical Release Form


Media

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Volunteer

Would you like to be a “counselor” for MWC? Being a counselor might be one of the most fulfilling ministries you have ever taken part of. You have the opportunity to be an example and put into practice the things that YHVH has taught you and make a real difference in a young person’s life. If you think that may be something your are interested in please email our Camp Director at messiahwestcoast@gmail.com

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